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Local

A futures exchange member who trades securities for his or her own account.

Local

A member on a futures exchange that conducts trades predominantly or exclusively for one's own account. That is, a local is not a broker for other parties.
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Because they move data between locations, remote data solutions must accommodate bandwidth restrictions.
Solutions such as the Remote Office are exactly what businesses are looking to implement.
This profound change that we conveniently call remote access has caused some segments of the user population to swear off the full-service, real-world library.
The forecasts include the total number of RAM workers, as well as, the following over-lapping groups that make up the total: frequent business travelers, mobile office workers, multi-site workers, non-office workers, remote branch office employees, and telecommuters.
New approaches built on file-caching technology are showing great promise in consolidating and protecting remote office data while responding to the user's need for remote file access.
The addition of sound to a remote access solution enhances the 'like being there' experience, allowing professionals to work seamlessly from anywhere.
Synchronous Remote Replication and High Availability
SideLink from Interlink Electronics is the first Media Center remote control to enable Windows Vista SideShow technology," said Bill Mitchell, corporate vice president of the Mobile Platforms Division at Microsoft Corp.
In addition, open systems servers such as UNIX and NT can be incorporated into remote tape strategies.
NetOp Remote Control allows GreCon support professionals to remotely help customers with technical problems and software issues.
Several approaches and technologies are available for remote copy for the S/390 platform.
The world needs a much better way to support email and collaboration for geographically remote offices," said Richard Stiennon, Chief Research Analyst at IT Harvest.